Night audiobook is the autobiography of a Jewish boy, Eliezer.
Night audiobook begins in 1944 when the Nazis conquered Hungary. later, the residents got subjected to a series of progressively heinous killings. The Jewish people gathered up in the town and forced to Sighet’s ghettos. Afterwards, cattle carts carry them and bring them to Birkenau.
In the Night audiobook, Eliezer’s siblings and mother were taken from the household left Eliezer and his father alone. They never saw them again. Next, Eliezer describes how Jewish were frequently tested to see whether they are suitable for employment or have to be killed. When they arrive, they transported into Buna camp. There Eliezer has to work forcefully. Prisoners get underweight and frail as a result of inadequate working and housing circumstances.
The prisoners witnessed their fellows hanging in the square. Gradually, the Jews acquire a self-preservation philosophy. Soon Eliezer realises he has lost his humanity.
Later, in the Night audiobook free, Eliezer had foot treatment months as a result of an accident. When he was at the hospital, Nazis leave the camp because of the imminent Russian assault on the camp. In the middle of winter, the Jews have to walk very long to a nearby camp at Gleiwitz.
In the Night audiobook free, most of the prisoners died of weariness along the journey, and when they arrive at Gleiwitz, prisoners forced back in the cattle carts to begin the next perilous trek. The rest of the captives died, but Eliezer and his father survive. His father, though, dies soon. Eliezer survives till American troops liberated the camps on the 11th of April 1945.
Elie Wiesel wrote Night audiobook.
Elie Wiesel was born on the 30th of September 1928. He was an American author, lecturer, politician, Nobel prize winner, as well as Holocaust survivor of Romanian ancestry. He wrote 57 novels, including Night, inspired by his sufferings as a Jewish captive in the Auschwitz and Buchenwald detention centres.
Wiesel was a humanities lecturer at Boston University, which founded the Elie Wiesel Center of Jewish Studies after him. He was active in human rights issues, then he was instrumental in the establishment of the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. During his political efforts, he also advocated for imprisoned people. He strongly criticised the Armenian genocide in 1915 and was a staunch supporter of human rights throughout his life. In 2003, the Los Angeles Times called him “the most influential Jew in America.”
He published more than 40 books, the majority of which were nonfiction Jewish literature. He received a lot of literary awards as a writer and got recognization as the most significant in portraying the Atrocities from a deeply personal viewpoint.
The Trial of God, a 1979 novel and play, is based mainly on his actual Auschwitz experience. Wiesel’s memoirs released in two parts. All Rivers Run to the Sea, the first book, released in 1994, detailed his life until 1969. His second book, And the Sea Is Never Full, released in 1999, covering between 1969 and 1999.
Wiesel passed away on the 2nd of July 2016, at the age of 87.
The narrator of Night audiobook is George Guidall. Other audiobooks that George Guidall has also narrated are Wolves of the Calla, A Man at Arms, and A Land Remembered.
The length of Night audiobook is 4 hours and 17 minutes.
Recorded Books published Night audiobook on 01/16/2006.